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"gary edwards" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

02:53 min | 6 months ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"But i've always understood the power of relationships the power of reaching out one of the things that i use this kind of a model and certainly not original with me. But i'm used to over the years as i think you'd be putting ought to have a paul barnabus and timothy in their life call. Somebody who's older. We can speak wisdom into you do that pre late and speak the truth in love. Barbas somebody come along side so you know. What do you wanna cowboys arms and do this together and support each other then timothy. Somebody's younger that you can speak into the privilege of helping them. When they're maybe not quite as strong the panthers you are. Those are metaphorical kind of examples. Because it's not just one person. But i people in those categories and i think about people that i reached out to people who were influencers in my gosh in as you know i just got a couple of cases of those e book born to win and you can see their mobile to see that. Have there. I've got a gold stick around there from the office of dan miller on there. And give those out as gifts to people but in reaching out to zig you know how could i reach out to somebody that had that kind of impact. They kind of influenced by start onto his events. Took you all a teenager. As a little kid when your own and then ultimately develop relationships with other people like mark victor hansen again went to event with them just so i could be around somebody who has a high performer and joined a community that he had told illinois millionaires of done it over and over and over again to reach out. Even if i'm more comfortable at home and in many ways i would but i recognize the power of that point myself a head. It's like when you were racing. Bicycles really good as bmx. Racer you could race in your age. Category and win every sunday bring whole big trophy. That's not what you wanted to do. You wanted to always be thrown group for your over your head where there are people who are much better than you because it stretch you to be better. I mean that's a great trait the head and i've certainly used that and reaching out to people you know those relationships one of the things that i i do. A lot is to every every monday afternoon. Monday afternoons are dedicated to doing endorsements and forwards of books. So i have lots and lots of books out there. Were you know by dan. Miller of that's one. Cut babies book gary edwards new book permission prosper word on that. So that's another way where i intentionally create those relationships and nurture those..

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"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

"Van Sison here. The top stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center As the fight to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg gets underway. Analysts tell us it will be a battle of political will's come most. Charlie Harker has the story. Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. L says he's not waiting. President Trump's nominee for this vacancy will receive a vote on the floor of the former Democratic state senator in Washington. Supreme Court Justice Phil Talmadge tells coma there could be unintended consequences. President United States and somebody who wants to use the Supreme Court is a campaign device. I think that may come back to haunt him in the sense that it may energized those people who are fearful about a Supreme Court full of trumpets. Talent, says he believes Republicans air going to move forward on a vote as quickly as they can. Charlie Harder. Come on news. The Seattle City Council is scheduled a vote to override Mayor Durkin's veto of a massive cut police funding. The vote is scheduled for three PM tomorrow and would require seven of the nine council members to form a super majority. The council had that margin when they originally gutted the police department's budget last month. But the veto may have given some of the members pause. However, socialist Shama someone has said she will vote to override the veto, calling the reductions in police spending. Tiny. The bill that passed last month cut the SPD budget by 14%, which could lead to the loss of asthma. Nia's 100 officers Jeff Pooja, Look, come on news do political candidates have the right to keep their personal information Private. The question has quietly become a campaign issue in one local county. Thurston County Commissioner Gary Edwards requested the Social Security number for Carolina Mahia, a county employee who's running for a seat on the commission. In response, another commissioner time answer, demanded the commission examine its rules to see if they have a policy against requests for sensitive information. If we do, I would like that policy to be reviewed with the board so that we're all crystal clear about it, and if we don't I'd like to make a motion that we develop in appropriate policy. Edwards. Critics claim he's trying to have my he had declared ineligible for a commission seat by proving she is not a U. S. Citizen, Mahia tells the Olympian. She is a naturalized citizen. She says she's disappointed Edwards would seek your social Security number. Corwin Hey, HQ CO Moh news still to come on, come. Oh, A more permanent black lives matter. Monument is coming to downtown Seattle. I'm Kelly Blier. The story ahead. 604. Here's Marino with our camo traffic.

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"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

"From the camo 24 7 News Center. As the fight to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg gets underway, Analysts tell us it will be a battle of political wills. Homeless. Charlie Harker has the story. Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's not waiting. President Trump's nominee for this vacancy will receive a vote on the floor of the former Democratic state senator in Washington. Supreme Court jesters filled how much tells coma there could be unintended consequences. President United States and somebody who Wants to use the Supreme Court is a campaign device. I think that may come back to haunt him in the sense that it may energized those people who are fearful about a Supreme Court full of trumpets. Challenge says he believes Republicans air going to move forward on a vote as quickly as they can Charlie Harder. Camo news. The Seattle City Council is now scheduled a vote to override Mayor Durkin's veto of a massive cuts of police funding. The vote is scheduled for three PM tomorrow and would require seven of the nine council members to form a super majority. The council had that margin when they originally gutted the police department's budget last month, But the veto may have given some of the members pause. However, Socialist Thomas the one has said she will vote to override the veto, calling the reductions in police spending tiny The bill that passed last month cut the SPD budget by 14%, which could lead to the loss of asthma. Nia's 100 officers Jeff Pooja, Wait. Comeau News Do Political candidates have the right to keep their personal information private. The question has quietly become a campaign issue in one local county. Thurston County Commissioner Gary Edwards requested the Social Security number for Carolina Mahia, a county employee who's running for a seat on the commission. In response, another commissioner time answer, demanded the commission examine its rules to see if they have a policy against requests for sensitive information. If we do, I would like that policy to be reviewed with the board so that we're all crystal clear about it, and if we don't I'd like to make a motion that we develop in appropriate policy. Edwards. Critics claim he's trying to have my he had declared ineligible for a commission seat by proving she is not a U. S. Citizen, Mahia tells the Olympian she is a naturalized citizen. She says she's disappointed Edwards would seek your Social Security number. Corwin Hey HQ Co. Moh news Come on news time for Oh, for Let's get to Marina Roger now for a check on traffic..

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"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

"Than 500 points today. It had been down 900 earlier in the session. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. The camo afternoon news. Good afternoon come on news time 302 and with partly sunny skies in downtown Seattle, it's 66 degrees. I'm ELISA Jaffe with Rick fan sites, and here's what's happening. I'm Charlie Harder. Former Democratic State senator and Washington Supreme Court Justice filled helmet says he expects the upcoming fight over justice, gin spirits replacement to be divisive, but saying that Republicans I think they're going to do as much as they can as quickly as they can. The question is whether they can pull them. Whole caucus together, coming up after traffic in weather. How talented sees is playing out in Washington, D C. Police and Redman shot and killed a woman inside a downtown Redmond apartment after she called 911 for help. Andrea Wolfe book with Redmond police as officers arrived at the Madeira apartments about 9 30 last night to find a woman yelling from an outside balcony. She indicated she was the 9 11 color and possibly shot one. Inside the apartment, the woman confronted officers, according to police with a handgun. At least one officer open fire killing the woman can county sheriff's detectives are now investigating privacy is a campaign issue in Thurston County, where County Commissioner Gary Edwards has requested the Social Security number of Carolina Mahir, a candidate for a seat on the commission. Listen, Commissioner time Ensor wants the commission examined its rules. I would like to know whether we have a county policy that would cover a commissioner seeking to obtain personal information of a county employee. Edwards. Critics say he requested the Social Security number in an effort to prove Mahir is not a U. S. Citizen. I'm see Romero, a new park on Pier 62 on Seattle's waterfront is open less than a mile away from the collapsed pier 58. You know, frankly, we're glad to have a public park that were able to open at the same time that we've unfortunately had to close your 58 Marshall Foster with the office of the Waterfront, says the new pier 62 Park is safe built on steel pilings and concrete deck panels, which they're also rebuilding Pier 58 with The city of Seattle and S DOD, working to create a permanent black lives matter Mural. The original artwork located a Pine Street in 10th and 11th Avenue deteriorated when a sealant was applied to the mural without the artist permission. Artist Takeya Ward says that they'll get to work on all this tomorrow. They were moving in on Tuesday and then on Saturday and Sunday will be out there repaying the mural. The 15 original artists will be applying multiple layers with more durable paint. To make that artwork last longer. Still ahead on Comeau news, Boeing packs up another line. I'm Brian Calvert with what the industry is saying about changes in Everett. Three or four. Let's get to Marina now for a check on our promo traffic. Well, we do have an issue actually, South Bound I five in Lakewood, and it's Ah, looks like well, getting into a lake would actually it's 70 seconds Was your coming out of.

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"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

"Time. 205, former Democratic state senator and Washington Supreme Court Justice filled Talmadge tells Comeau news. He expects a vigorous, divisive fight to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the president, United States and somebody who wants to use the Supreme Court is a campaign device. I think that may come back to haunt him in the sense that it may energized those people who are fearful about a Supreme Court full of trumpets. Many Republicans say it's important to have nine justices on the court as soon as possible because there are several important cases to be heard in the coming months. The Trump administration is named Seattle and anarchist jurisdiction. New York City in Portland are also named in a Justice Department list of cities that have disempowered or defunded police. Miss during months of protests and demonstrations following the death of George Floyd more from comas. Currently, Johnson well, this short list comes as a result of President Trump earlier this month, calling on his administration to review federal funding for cities that have in his words permitted violence and destruction and refused to take action to stop criminal activity wholeheartedly reject this Seattle City Council member Theresa Mosqueda during a council briefing this morning. Said city leaders will stand united against the administration's attempts to take funding aways is really a conversation about what we need to do as a country to promote public safety and to evaluate policing as we know it. Another criteria for ending up on the list, DOJ said, was unreasonably refusing to accept offers of law enforcement assistance. From the federal government. Carling Johnson. COMA News State of American communities here and across the country are seeing an alarming number of cases of missing and murdered. Women. Most Kelly Blier reports new congressional legislation just past is offering some hope to Victimsfamilies. Republican representative Dan Newhouse of central Washington grew up near the Yakama Nation Reservation, but didn't realize the crisis they face involving missing and murdered indigenous women for too long, indigenous women. Native communities have faced this crisis all alone and suffered in silence. Newhouse spearheaded bipartisan legislation called Savannah's Act and not Invisible Act that creates new guidelines to better respond to these cases and solve them. He joined Democratic representatives from California and New Mexico to get these bills passed. They're headed to President Trump's desk for his signature. Kelly Blier KOMO News to Political candidates have the right to keep their personal information private. The question has quietly become a campaign issue and one local county almost Corwin hate with story. Thurston County Commissioner Gary Edwards requested the Social Security number for Carolina Mahia, a county employee who's running for a seat on the commission. In response, another commissioner time answer, demanded the commission examine its rules to see if they have a policy against requests for sensitive information. If we do, I would like that policy to be reviewed with the board so that we're all crystal clear about it, and if we don't I'd like to make a motion that we develop inappropriate policy. Edwards. Critics claim he's trying to have my he had declared ineligible for a commission seat by proving she is not a U. S. Citizen, Mahia tells the Olympian she is a naturalized citizen. She says she's disappointed Edwards would seek your Social Security number. Corwin Hey HQ Co. Moh news Local wildfire relief crews have returned home members of the Washington Task Force One returned after being deployed to Oregon over a week ago. Those task force members help with the search and rescue effort in the devastating wildfires there. 70 person team made up of Pierce and King County deputies, along with Seattle firefighters, authorities in Oregon or accusing at least six men of intentionally setting fires in the States Devastating wildfire season, according to reporting by the Oregonian. There's no evidence the suspects were motivated by politics is conspiracy theories claimed the newspaper reports. One suspect was found setting fires in late July because a member of a local forest protection group wouldn't give him a ride. Another was arrested in late August after threatening to burn down a small town of his girlfriend. Broke up with him. Ah, homeless man is accused of setting a string of brushfires along an interstate in the Portland area. Earlier this month, Michael Kastner reporting from Portland, It's believed a power line touching a tree started a wildfire that wiped out the small town of Maldon in eastern Washington. The fire burn mast majority of homes in the town and in Pine City on September 7th. A spokesman for a Vista utility says that burnt tree was apparently to this starting point. State officials are being asked to provide food and shelter for Latino farm workers who've lost everything toe wildfires in eastern Washington. Times reports. It's unclear how many families have been affected as the state hasn't assess the extent of destruction to farm labor cabins or pickers and other farm workers live. Come on news time to 10 time for a check of sports Do 10 and 40 past each hour in the 12 couldn't be there in person, but it was another classic Seahawks Patriots football game will get more from comes Bill Schwartz. Russell Wilson put out a Sunday night show for the ages, throwing five touchdown passes to help the Seahawks build a double digit lead on the Patriots by Cam Newton lead a final drive that was stuffed out at the one yard line.

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"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

"News time. 12 06. The Trump Administration is named Seattle and anarchist jurisdiction New York City in Portland, also named in a Justice Spartan department list of cities that have disempowered or defunded police during months of protests and demonstrations. More from Como's Carleen Johnson Well, this short list comes as a result of President Trump earlier this month, calling on his administration to review federal funding for cities that have in his words permitted violence and destruction and refused to take action to stop criminal activity wholeheartedly reject this Seattle City Council member Theresa Mosqueda during a council briefing this morning. Said city leaders will stand united against the administration's attempts to take funding aways is really a conversation about what we need to do as a country, promote public safety and to evaluate policing as we know it. Another criteria for ending up on the list, DOJ said, was unreasonably refusing to accept offers of law enforcement assistance. From the federal government. Carleen Johnson Coma news King County Sheriff's detectives are investigating an officer involved shooting in Redmond that left one woman dead. Andrea Wolf Buck with Redman Police says the woman shot by police had initially called 911 for help call is from a woman claiming that someone was trying to kill her in her apartment. When officers entered the apartment on 161st Avenue northeast, the 39 year old woman confronted them with a handgun. At least one officer opened fire, killing the woman. It's not clear if the woman fired her gun. No officers were injured. A man was shot last night at 23rd and Dearborn in Seattle. Police are looking for the shooter. The victim has non life threatening injuries. And it was a violent night as a man was recovering after being shot in downtown near the courthouse had happened at third. And, yes, Lor Seattle Fire treated the 39 year old man. He's in stable condition at Harborview Police are looking for the shooter in that case is well. And in federal way, another man was sent to Harborview being treated for life threatening gunshot wounds to the chest. That shooting happened on Pacific Highway in federal way. Police believe he was shot near an apartment building and fled on foot to the park and ride. No word yet on that shooter. Political candidates have the right to keep their personal information private. The question has quietly become a campaign issue. In one local county comas. Corwin Haig has more. Thurston County commissioner Gary Edwards requested the Social Security number for Carolina Mahia, a county employee who's running for a seat on the commission. In response, another commissioner, time answer. Demanded the commission examine its rules to see if they have a policy against requests for sensitive information. If we do, I would like that policy to be reviewed with the board so that we're all crystal clear about it, and if we don't I'd like to make a motion that we develop in appropriate policy. Edwards critics claim He's trying to have me a declared ineligible for a commission seat by proving she is not a U. S. Citizen, Mahia tells the Olympian. She is a naturalized citizen. She says she's disappointed Edwards would seek your Social Security number. Corwin Hey HQ Co. Moh news Over the weekend, our state added another 948 covert 19 positive cases, pushing Washington's tally to over 82,000. Also over the weekend, the health Department says new cases the virus of Platt Toad in eastern Washington. And have actually gone down in western Washington. Soto was a ghost town during the Seahawks game because the fans were kept back by covert 19 protocols. Most Cara cost image has more the absence of those thousands of loud and proud 12, possibly providing a leg up to visiting teams.

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"gary edwards" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"That Gary Edwards. WHO's a retired secret service agent. is still running at but the accounts from tribes that had relationships with the foundation. showed otherwise, the several tribal leaders said they were ghosted by the team or when they reached out this spring for additional. Amid the COVID, nineteen pandemic summer asked about to said they asked about testing kits, and we're told that the foundation couldn't help so really. The operations have steeply declined and they are. The foundation is currently not in good standing with the state. Of Virginia now that's comes out of a result of not paying an annual fee, and not filing annual report, but that just shows that they're kind of not doing the basic. Despite. Apparently having several people on the payroll to run the foundation so it raises a lot of questions and. It just doesn't you know it doesn't add upright? Stand CIDER has a lot of money. The their main charitable foundation continues to give all of a sudden his contributions to the foundation and the. Grants and money that the foundation has given out have steeply declined. That coincided with the public pressure of the team name kind of receiving a bet until of course the last few weeks. It's incredible and it really shows like you know. What you do in the dark right, it's what you do when nobody's watching. And there is no public pressure that sort of reveals the character, and not that that's to say that we haven't known that about Daniel Snyder and not that it wasn't. Comical the fact they only decided to change the name after Nike and Fedex and everybody put pressure on them, but I mean this is the real and legitimate person right? This is the guy who is just doing things because other people are making them do it. And he felt pressured to start the foundation initially, and then once everybody stopped paying attention. He just let it get all dusty and copy, and that's just crazy to me. You know yeah I mean. It's pretty wild. If you kind of look at the timeline in how things worked out. And also, if you kind of track where some of the money went, tribes at spoke up in support of the team name There were a couple that signed on to a okay. I've been saying amicus brief, but then we were on the phone with one of the lawyers for the story, and he said a mucus brief and I'm like why. Am I saying I actually have no idea how to say this. If there's any lawyers, listening that can help us out. Another key demographic of our potter pot is English soccer fans in attorneys so okay, so they know how dumb I'm sounding potentially but. anyways, several of the tribes that. Were supportive in filing this brief in the trademark case, they were supportive of Washington keeping the trademark. ended up getting funding and connor, three high schools that use redskins as their mascot also received funding, and there are that many high schools across the nation anymore. There was a capitol news story in two thousand seventeen. That said that they found forty nine school, so it's not like this is. Necessarily very common and then two of the schools that use the R. Word as the got. have low percentage of native American students thirteen percent seven percent. So why are they giving to this community? Then you know it, you could make that connection. As many activists have asked so a lot of questions raised here and look. They're starting a new chapter. They're moving forward, but that doesn't erase the fact that they didn't follow through on. What has been their big public shield for keeping the name. That's fascinating. I don't know what. What is next and do you think that you know? An insight and you know more people finding out about this now I mean does that kind of come into intersection at all with the efforts to change the name does it, does it? I guess it struggles. Forces him to struggle a little bit more to make this seem legitimate and out of the goodness of his own heart at the very least. Yeah, it's interesting to see what the next step is. So the foundation's website has been taken down and a team. Spokesman said it was as they were doing this review. They took down the website because they didn't want anything to be scrutinized. which is sort of strange because? They put out a press release using the logo using the word. Anything with Redskins or the logo on it is offensive, so why just take down the foundations websites? When all of it? It needs to go and be reset obviously. I also thought it was interesting so USA Today had story. Earlier this they published about one PM and ours published about five thirty, and they had a a additional ninety in their story that showed that there was zero dollars in grants one one tax period later. I was not able to find that nine ninety, but it's interesting. The same day that both of these stories come out the team. A team source told Adam schefter that they do not plan to use any native American imagery in the rebranding. So You know it just I. Think I think what's frustrating here is yes. Native American communities do have a lot of needs, and there are reasons for that. They've been marginalized throughout history leaders in country, so the fact that there are a lot of needs on the reservation shouldn't be held against them because of institutionalized racism, but it has been wielded against them in the context of. The fight to preserve the name up until this point right? Okay well, they have a lot of needs. And here we are helping them and a lot of community leaders I talked to said many of the gifts that Washington gave out were. Playground equipment you know things for children or ipads for seniors, things for the elders. Those are two groups that they're not going to turn down resources for right I mean you want you value your children. You value your elders, and so you put communities in a tough position. Where here's a way to fill a need, but do we want to be associated with a team uses a dictionary defined word as a slur, and do we want to potentially be propped up as the endorsing the name or standing with the team and so? It just was exploitative as you're, you're you're telling disadvantaged communities here? We'll give you these funds and there's been a lot of aftermath from it. There's been riffs and tribal councils. There's been leaders removed from office, a lot of people I talked about one tribe, said the playground equipment. Some parents wouldn't let their children play on it. So I just feel like this part of the stories so important because they've clung all along to this mascot. In his Dan, centers fence has been while we help these communities, and if you talk to the communities, you realize it's not that simple. God. It's like you know. We. We we were talking about this a little bit on Monday where it's like you try to find the upside to it and I guess the upside is. That you know like we said there's not going to be an offensive image. There's not going to be offensive language. teams new branding launch, and you have to consider that a win, but then everybody else just keeps getting to operate the way that they've been operating the whole time you know, and it's just it's gross, but you know what at the end of the day it's good that you know. There are people like you and Mike Out There spotlighting this I would encourage anybody to read the story. It's GonNa be our daily cover today when the pod drops and you know. Tried to get a broader picture of everything right? You know there's there's always more to the story, so that's why I'm always happy that we do this podcast with Jenny because Jenny tells us when when there's important things that we need to know so I mean ninety percent of the podcast is talking about things that connor is written, so you really under selling yourself here? But the things that right is an important I'm just. I'm kind of the really underselling connor really underselling. Next News Topic I. got this one all right. Let's do it. Another piece of news. Coming out of the Patrick Mahomes deal Andy Reid is sticking around for a while Mahomes said that before signing the ten pack he made sure read would be around..

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"gary edwards" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Was very excited about initially when it came on Disney, channel but. Neither here nor there, but I think that you know it's just. It's silly like in, and that's not to belittle anything, but it's just like it's one of these perfectly American things where it's just like we're gonna Max out this contract and make it so ridiculous and big Gargantuan, but really when you poke inside, it's just a normal. quarterback contract that's for a for a little bit more than the other quarterback contracts right and the length of it, and the the the slight increase, and the length of it make it seem massive which it is massive. I, mean that's not to say that it's not but. Always these all seem less massive in hindsight. My biggest question with your analogy is that you as a fellow Pennsylvania native seemed to site directional schools in Pennsylvania and I don't know of any directional schools in Pennsylvania. Well, they I believe that they went to a non existent university. So. It was like Estrin Pennsylvania University or or one of those things. I guess the Pennsylvania equivalent of the directional schools would have been the state school system rights. You add Stony Brook and Kutztown and Bloomsburg and ehlers, vel, Millersville. East Stroudsburg I think is maybe one east Strasburg I can go through, and I can actually name all those nicknames to the East Rows Burgers the warriors Millersville. Marauders Bloomsburg huskies so yeah, no, we, we know our we know are directional schools in Pennsylvania. Most of which waitlisted or denied my applications college by the way, so don't think that or forgets in that Anyway Yeah, so I. I think this is one of those deals where. It's it's good. I guess keeps the chiefs together, but it's one of those things that we were like. Okay. You know this this was going to happen anyway. No matter what. Yeah, but it's good to talk about. And we recorded our podcast on Monday before the big news honor. So this is the first time that we've had to discuss it, so yeah absolutely. One, thing I will say that I do enjoy about the rest of this is. We had fallen a little bit of a rhythmic tango between agents and teams like every deal was like okay. It's half a million more than the other deal and. And you know we'll do a little bit of injury. Guarantee here and there and everything was getting a little boring. A little sexier, though and the next time Dak Prescott comes to the negotiating table or Aaron Rodgers, or any of these you know generational talented players. They could say look at this. I want one of these I want I went the big ten year guy. Right, but the question is what will really be the impacts for those other guys, because no one is pat mahomes right now true except for the homes exactly. And we'll get to that in a little bit really insightful for our read our listeners here. Connor I'm really dropping a lot of knowledge here. I can see why people come back week after week. I always I think i. come for the Rent So. Anyway let's start though because we're going to get to the the impact on the quarterback market and a little bit, but I want to start with our SL daily cover story which we're recording this on Wednesday. It's already online. It's going to lead the site on Thursday and Jenny you and our fellow senior writer Michael Rosenberg dug into this brilliant story on Daniel, Snyder and his charity which was meant to support native Americans, and was initially brought up with great fanfare, but as you guys dug into the details and looked at the records. It seems that is not so much the case anymore. Anymore, yeah, it's really an interesting situation I remember when they launched the foundation in two thousand fourteen, because I was working on a story about the team name, and we reach out to several native American communities visited a couple of communities as well and we're doing. A story focused on how native Americans felt about the team, and that story was impactful in my mind, or how I thought about things, because it was so easy to find people who are deeply offended and hurt by the name and hearing their personal accounts is really stuck with me so when the name change issue came up again now. As I mentioned another pod. You know head kind of receded from the public spotlight a little bit once the Trademark Challenge Group of Native Americans challenged the trademark on the ground that it was disparaging, and they essentially loss on a constitutional decision of Supreme. Court made a ruling in another case that essentially made their case. No longer viable but you know they had challenge that the trademark and not had really. Pushed this issue to the forefront in two thousand fourteen and then. Once that was dismissed. In Two Thousand Sixteen was the Supreme Court ruling that effectively ended the trademark challenge, so the foundation was launched in twenty fourteen at the height of the trademark suit, and I remember the story that I was reading about the team name. They announced foundation like the night before story was supposed to run, so it was like it's always kind of been in my head and I just went all of. Of this came up again, I said. Let me take a look at the foundation so I pulled up nineties and I said wow, the funding is really dropped. They gave about three point seven, million, the first year, and then one point something million in the second year, then dropped to six, hundred, three hundred, meanwhile, they had eight hundred thousand and operating expenses, including salaries, and so we realized there was definitely a story there. And, then over the last two weeks, it was kind of talking to native American leaders. Activists are asking the team and checking in and seeing where things stand, so the team says the foundation is still active that Gary Edwards. WHO's a retired secret service agent. is still running at but the accounts from tribes that had relationships with the foundation..

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"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay connected stay informed twenty four seven komo news coming up on nearly a million and a half Washingtonians filed for unemployment benefits I'm Charlie harder with the story just plug in your numbers and here's what to expect next I'm Brian Calvert without the coops are helping hospitals deal with cove it first an update from ABC news try to jump start their economies more than three million more Americans filed for jobless claims last week more than three million people filed new claims for unemployment benefits last week even as thirty nine states have taken steps toward easing coronavirus restrictions more than thirty three million Americans have lost their jobs in the last seven weeks teeing up a monthly jobs report Friday that may stagger the pace of layoffs has slowed but in some states a quarter of the work force is now unemployed B. C.'s Erin to Turkey in New York the state remains understand home orders New York governor Andrew Cuomo says cases are on the decline but too slow to risk public health and re opening too soon he also says Americans shouldn't have to choose between life and death when going back to work I understand that I'm going to die I just don't want to die now or next week and I won't don't want to die because I contracted the cold virus unnecessarily I'm Michelle Franzen ABC news one thousand FM ninety seven seven good afternoon it's one thirty one I'm Taylor Vance iced out top stories from the como twenty four seven news center the state has paid out over two billion dollars in unemployment benefits since early March and the head of the employment security department says her agency is scrambling to make sure everyone who should get paid does come was Charlie harder reports more than one point four million unemployment claims have been filed in Washington since the start of the outbreak employment security director Suzi Levine we want to emphasize that the money will not run out unemployment benefits money will not run out our trust fund is solid and right now most of the benefits right now are actually coming from the federal funds an important heads up she says if you applied a few weeks back and were initially rejected there are new federal benefits available and now you may be eligible a good way to find out she says is to file a weakly claim Charlie harder colonials they don't meet the criteria for potentially reopening the economy on a faster track but at least one member of the Thurston county commission wants to make the request anyway Thurston county commissioner Gary Edwards told fellow members this week they should apply for a variance to begin re opening the economy more quickly they reported just one death due to complications related to the disease in Thurston county one person still hospitalized according to the Olympian and all others diagnosed have recovered and I just think we need to stand up for our citizens and see if we can at least get some recognition so you're going to a phase two interim health officer there said Thurston haven't yet met the readiness criteria set up by the governor to apply the expectations for our county the size of our county is that we need to be doing at least five hundred tests a day still commissioner Edwards contended multiple local suicides have been connected to covert nineteen he says the board is obligated to balance the health of the community and individuals economic welfare curling Johnson komo news expanding on that idea the topic of mental health experts in that field say the current crisis is likely to be followed by another with so many people struggling with depression anxiety and substance abuse Megan Devine is a psychotherapist and grief educator and tells komo that not being able to connect with others has left many people feeling lonely and depressed and it's too much for many people to take when things get hard we lean on each other literally right we look to our routine in our daily customer act as anchors when things feel internal they are extremely chaotic we're challenging and we don't have that last month twenty thousand people texted a hotline run by substance abuse and mental health services administration coming up on come on in I'm baloney a lots of changes coming at the doctor's office and oppose coronavirus world I'll have more on what you might notice from you to medicine I'm Frank lensing progress is being made locally with covert.

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

"A customer learn more at discover dot com slash credit score card limitations apply our next couple traffic at ten forty four como eagle roof forecast here's meteorologist Kristen Clarke today full sun bright blue sky overhead and temperatures that will be well into the sixties so seasonably warm this afternoon but you'll really start to feel the warmth tomorrow Friday afternoon temperatures will be well into the seventies and even warmer still this weekend eighty three degrees out on Saturday and then low eighties continue on mother's day Sunday for a summer like feel this weekend unseasonably warm weather continues Monday before temperatures get knocked back down closer to normal with the return of rain Tuesday and a couple other center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clarke sunny and fifty four in Olympia we got beautiful blue skies in Bellingham or it's fifty six and currently fifty four hands on China see tech airport company time ten thirty six if this weekend's warm sunny weather temps you to visit local parks and beaches health experts say you should still maintain six feet of separation the good news is the outdoor environment is likely healthier than indoors the good thing about being outdoors is that usually there is a breeze so there's some there's some element of the winds that helps you know move those drops out or disperse them navy Vice Admiral Raquel bono director of our state's health system response to the covert nineteen crisis speaking on town hall Seattle's a virtual civic cocktail and she says even outdoors we should treat all touchable surfaces as possible infection sources they don't meet the criteria for potentially reopening the economy on a faster track said but at least one member of the Thurston county commission wants to make the request anyway as we hear from cold calling Johnson Thurston county commissioner Gary Edwards told fellow members this week they should apply for a variance to begin re opening the economy more quickly they reported just one death due to complications related to the disease in Thurston county one person still hospitalized according to the Olympian and all others diagnosed have recovered and I just think we need to stand up for our citizens and see if we can at least get some recognition so you're going to a phase two interim health officer there said Thurston hasn't yet met the readiness criteria set up by the governor to apply the expectations for our county the size of our county is that we need to be doing at least five hundred tests a day still commissioner Edwards contended multiple local suicides have been connected to covert nineteen he says the board is obligated to balance the health of the community and individuals economic welfare.

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"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

"Officers injured the investigation has been turned over to other police agencies hospitals around the country are in financial trouble is covered nineteen expenses spike in revenue from elective medical procedures drops and that rear admiral Barbara Kell bottle is our director of our state's health system in response to the crisis in our collective interest to make sure that we're doing everything we can to keep our hospital system as robust as possible she says the federal government should help a struggling hospitals especially those in hard hit rural areas another Washington County voicing growing frustration over not being allowed to reopen for business use couples calling Johnson from the city councilman al Sorensen got some attention over his suggestion this week to speed up the re opening this three week waiting period of no new cases makes makes me think that maybe we shouldn't get tested LOC councilmember Dan record fired back come across as a bit reckless but I don't think we can sacrifice public health you you know this is forward governor Jay Inslee says until they go at least twenty one days with no new cases they cannot move to phase two where restaurants hair salons manufacturing can re open one new case and that three week wait let's start over Pullman's mayors of the countenance opinion was his own but he's also frustrated saying there's no reason they can't reopen faster given they've had no deaths in Whitman county and only sixteen total cases Carly Johnson komo news with a population of two hundred eighty five thousand Thurston county is far too big to qualify for a potential faster re opening of the economy but there's two commissioner Gary Edwards argues with only one confirmed death tied to the disease and a hundred sixteen cases at all they should get a life we are obligated to try and come up with a balance from our perspective of balancing the health of the community and the economic welfare of those individuals I feel just compared the suicides that we've had already overriding Edwards said those suicides are tied to people suffering more because of job loss and other impacts of the pandemic but Thurston's interim health officer says they don't have the required testing capacity to move faster and they're still seeing a few new cases each week the Pierce county council decides how to spend a hundred fifty eight million dollars in federal covert nineteen money the funds coming from the federal carers act council members will spend it on contact tracing testing economic stabilization and community service.

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"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

"Perjury road due to road work there is access for local traffic but if that's not you there's a detour in place our next come traffic at eight forty four another Coble eco roof forecast with meteorologist Kristen Clark high temperatures today in the mid sixties seasonably warm for this afternoon but temperatures start to take that climb on Friday we'll see highs well into the seventies tomorrow afternoon and unseasonably warm come this weekend expecting eighties Saturday and Sunday as the first eighty degree days of the year will likely hold on to dry weather as well for mother's day on Sunday with a gradual increase in the clouds early next week cooler conditions and rain return next Tuesday and a couple other center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark street agrees in Seattle right now come on it's time eight thirty six well they don't meet the criteria for potentially re opening the call to me on a faster track but at least one member of the Thurston county commission wants to make the request anyway details from Cuomo's Carlene Johnson County commissioner Gary Edwards told fellow members this week they should apply for a variance to begin re opening the economy more quickly they reported just one death due to complications related to the disease in Thurston county one person still hospitalized according to the Olympian and all others diagnosed have recovered and I just think we need to stand up for our citizens and see if we can at least get some recognition shin so going to a phase two health officer there said Thurston haven't yet met the readiness criteria set up by the governor to apply expectations for our county the size of our county is that we need to be doing at least five hundred tests a day still commissioner Edwards contended multiple local suicides have been connected to covert nineteen he says the board is obligated to balance the health of the community and individuals economic welfare curling.

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"gary edwards" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on WTOP

"Up contact tracing we know it's important to not just know who the positive cases but in in an infectious disease they have been in contact with Gary Edwards is executive director of Salt Lake County health department are you testing the people in that house as well when you identify someone who has tested positive for Kobe nineteen if it is a household we do want those family members tested yes because that has down especially close contact in contact tracing a person who tests positive tells the health department who they've been in contact with the health department then alerts those people and ask them to monitor their symptoms and to quarantine if needed and it's happening across the country I asked you all to start keeping a daily log Rhode island's governor asked everyone in the state to keep a personal log of whom they've encountered Massachusetts is investing forty four million dollars to hire and train more tracers so here I have the least of my contacts and in San Francisco with more than one thousand cases in at least twenty deaths health care officials use text messaging to communicate with people who tested positive and their close contacts and most at risk for every new case there are three to five close contacts Dr Mike reed is with the San Francisco department of public health they're calling on everyone from medical students to librarians to help them with contact tracing the reason for training people now is so that we're ready for a full five weeks time whenever the decision is made that will end the shelter in place tech companies are also preparing apple and Google recently announced a joint plan to create software for iPhones and androids that will allow them to keep a record of every other phone they've come in close contact with the tracking is voluntary your phone will know what other phones you happy new year or then if you let's say test positive and you alert the system it will go inside all of the phones that you have to be near over the last fourteen days Dan Ackerman a senior managing editor for CNN of course are a lot of issues with that just because your phone is within Bluetooth range of another problem doesn't mean that you're necessarily in communicable disease range of somebody Americans love their apps but they also love their privacy when we think about tracking and tracing all the news or place of yours has been negative and now they're trying to shift it into being something for a greater public good it may be a hard sell now using a smartphone to trace this virus is already happening in places like South Korea and Singapore but there it is mandatory in something else worth mentioning is that these contact tracers will not ask for information regarding your social security number your financial information and they will not ask about your immigration.

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"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

"The finances of a tiny home village the cities as a board member of homes now filed a complaint claiming some funds have been misappropriated comes just weeks after the ribbon cutting for unity village a tiny home village that sits on city property along McKenzie Avenue mayor of Bellingham says no city funds are used to operate the camp lot of commotion at four branches of JP Morgan chase bank in Seattle yesterday in downtown protesters set up large tripod structures demanding that the bank stop investing in fossil fuel companies the protests were peaceful by and large police did arrest eleven people at two locations when they didn't follow orders to leave a former legislative aide from body lake has his eyes on a higher price couples manufacture tells us about a new candidate in the race for Washington's eighth congressional district Jesse Jensen says he was inspired to run by a meeting he had with a double amputee at Walter Reed Medical Center now watching what's happening in our country. all. served as an army ranger deployed on for combat tours he was awarded several commendations and two bronze stars tell you no one ever asked. or something. Washington. video Jensen says it's time to put the partisan rhetoric aside he's currently in Amazon senior program manager Democrat came Schreier represents the eight the district should covers eastern portions of king and Pierce counties and crosses the cascades to include show land and can attest counties Amanda factor komo news a road project to improve safety along a stretch of road buying this quality middle school had the green light and funding years ago but it's almost Carling Johnson reports a tiny creature protected by the Endangered Species Act is blamed for holding up the improvements there's a county commissioners were discussing a proclamation last week that would declare October walk to school month commissioner Gary Edwards upset about the stone project I'm still come road said the proclamation should clarify that kids walk to school only when it's safe to do so. as tempting. safety upgrades for kids because the kids walk to school. I could go for has held up this project for years Edwards tells the Olympian everyone seems to be put in the go first ahead of the kids. where they need sidewalk. log was originally scheduled to be done in twenty seventeen and they had the funding but after pocket gophers were found within the project limits the county had to come up with a plan to mitigate for impacts to the go for habitat still going back and forth about that Carly Johnson komo news the man who gave the world one of the most popular crossbreeds says he now regrets that creation scum was Brian caller tells us he feels he cannot open Pandora's box whether or not that's true wali Khan Rooney is known officially as the father of the oodle craze. the goldendoodle. this is the down. is the Moodle. all began thirty years ago when the Australian received a letter from a blind woman who needed a guide dog but her husband was allergic to pets that letter eventually led to the first labradoodle at the time he said I'm having a lot of any rate a complete game for a. the. the ability of the average Joe on the kind of. now tells the Australian broadcasting corporation I haven't depend or a box I released a Frankenstein monster on the podcast some of all parts the revered breeder clarifies relations. the race in four days. I'm a difficult race list. to brave the stall and selling for big box that. he remembers the problems trying to get the labradoodle just tried today when he sees one on the street he finds himself has a cut hip dysplasia has got a lot of problems any other problems I can say I find that. the biggest majority. I see well have an a rated tree problem Wally Konrad says he still proud of how he helped a person who was in need thirty years ago I had a purpose for Brady had operated for a a blind lady who wanted a.

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"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

"District superintendent Tony Jurado resigned from his position last night a post on the district's Facebook page said he was not the best match for the district's needs parents in a district like Rachel tell come of that sudden right his resignation makes no sense is I haven't heard of any controversy or scandal whatsoever nothing like that it was just from out of the blue I have no idea what happened and I haven't spoken to anyone who has any idea district spokesman telling call they expect to release further details later today we've also reached out to board members for comment a year from today the real ID act kicks in meaning you'll need an enhanced driver's license or a passport to get through security for any flight Theresa Burr instead is director of the department of licensing right now in Washington state about nine hundred and fifty thousand people in his driver's license or ID card fourteen percent of eligible person to rely. the act passed in two thousand five based on security recommendations for the nine eleven commission after the September eleventh terror attacks the enhanced license does cost more seventy eight dollars as opposed to fifty four for the standard license renewal untidy critter protected by the Endangered Species Act blamed for years of delays on a planned road project to make it safer for kids walking to and from this quality middle school one of the Thurston county commissioners is making it very clear he's fed up with it goals carting Johnson reports searching county commissioner Gary Edwards tells the Olympian he's fed up with the go for being prioritized over children the most I'm a pocket gopher to be exact holding up a project which was approved years ago at silicon road southeast between Pacific Avenue and Marvin road.

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"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

"By the Endangered Species Act is blamed for years of delays on a planned road project to make it safer for kids walking to and from the school the middle school one of the Thurston county commission is making it very clear he's fed up with it hears Kamose calling Johnson Thurston county commissioner Gary Edwards tells the Olympian he's fed up with the go for being prioritized over children the most I'm a pocket go for to be exact holding up a project which was approved years ago had silicon road southeast between Pacific Avenue and Marvin road because they can't get permission from the department of interior that says that the. over is more important than the kids there's just one lane in each direction no turn lanes no crosswalks are bike lanes and it is dangerous the interior department has to approve bill the county's mitigation plan for the pocket gopher and that's been going back and forth for years the project originally scheduled for construction in twenty seventeen now a grant for it has timed out and go on to other projects Carling Johnson como news going to time nine thirty seven a group of researchers for the north west may have figured out why your cat either loves you or low zero here's couples Ryan Calvert it's a legit question that likely deserves a legit answers as Sophie Bates with science news dot com. we'll have that reputation that you know Catherine they don't really care about us that's why you see all these articles that are like does my cat really liked me and I think with this study really show the threats were kind of not giving cats enough credit for the relationships that they form a class cats really do form strong attachments with people and we kind of see that they form attachments pretty similarly to the way that humans do or even dogs in order to prove this so for use as a group of researchers at Oregon State University first look at what's called an attachment style attachment from the basically the way you form a relationship with like a primary care giver like a parent or for Pat like an older there are apparently four of these styles is one which is secure attachment and that's like. the end of that year older really comforted by their owners present so like just the fact of having their own or their parents in the room make them feel comfortable and they can go explore a new environment and then there's three times in secure which can be ambivalent which is kind of like being really clean you needing a lot of attention avoidant which is a morning and running away or hiding and then was organized which is kind of a mix of both of like seeking attention in the not really wanting it running away all right so if you so how did they do this and what do you do with what we now know about cats. I kind of looked at this they had the kittens okay. a sense they actually put them in a socialization class and half moon took this class where they you know met with other cabinet with other people learn to set and then the other half didn't take the class so they were like the control group and the front of the cats actually weren't changing their attachment style selection indicates that once a person and a cat form a bond it's gonna stay pretty consistent for the rest of their lives like I said there's a really big life changing that. how can glance at first interaction with a cactus stupor crucial for setting the tone of her relationship still unanswered how a cat is able to detect the non cat lover in the room and proceed to engage said non cat lover Brian Calvert colonia daughter time nine thirty I we're just sixty seconds away from a sports update if you're listening to the rose like you start with lows to find the top brands like first alert B. R. K. and energize first alert has been protecting homes for over six decades you can be sure you're installing peace.

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"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"gary edwards" Discussed on KOMO

"Dot com while supplies last and save two dollars every time you touch yourself waves forecasted to dry Tuesday plentiful amounts of sunshine out there hi temps in the low to mid sixties were starting things up really cold and ending the day in the low to mid sixties so certainly a nice one out there no still dry tomorrow clouds are going to increase on your Wednesday in by Thursday into Friday showers are gonna be likely to round out the work week rather soggy and head into the weekend that way as well set point in a coma weather center sunny skies but really chilly temperatures to the south of us in Hey listen thirty two degrees thirty nine to the north in Bellingham Olympia thirty degrees right now it's forty two at C. tech companies time eight thirty six well the snow much county sheriff's office is reminding people to be prepared for winter weather in the cascades search and rescue crews responded to two separate calls along the Pacific crest trail over the weekend and one case a man had fallen into a creek in was sick in the other room and fell and hit his head both men had to indoor snow and cold temperatures they were both brought up the mountain and taken to local hospitals it is thirty two degrees at the summit of Snoqualmie pass this morning but that there are no restrictions and no problems on the roadways come on it's time eight thirty seven a tiny critter protected by the Endangered Species Act is blamed for years of delays on a planned road project to make it safer for kids walking to and from Nisqually middle school one of the Thurston county commissioners is making it very clear he's fed up with this more from call most Carlene Johnson Thurston county commissioner Gary Edwards tells the Olympian he's fed up with the go for being prioritized over children the most.

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